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NAME

       uShare ‐ a lightweight UPnP A/V and DLNA Media Server

SYNOPSIS

       ushare [-v] [-n name] [-i interface] [-p port] [-w] [-c directory] [[-c
       directory]...]

DESCRIPTION

       uShare is a free  UPnP  /  DLNA  multimedia  files  Media  Server.   It
       implements  the  server component that provides UPnP media devices with
       information on available multimedia files.  uShare  uses  the  built-in
       http server of libupnp to stream the files to clients.

OPTIONS

       This program follow the usual GNU command line syntax.

       --name (-n) NAME
              Set  UPnP  Friendly  Name  (display  name  of the media server).
              Default is ’uShare’.

       --interface (-i) INTERFACE
              Set Network interface to listen on.  Default is ’uShare’.

       --cfg (-f) FILE
              Config file to be used.

       --port (-p) PORT
              Set Network port to listen on.  Default is random above 49152.

       --telnet_port (-q) PORT
              Set Network port to listen on for  telnet  control  connections.
              Default is 1337.

       --content (-c) DIRECTORY
              Set directory to scan for multimedia files.

       --no-web (-w)
              Disable the control web page (enabled by default).

       --no-telnet (-t)
              Disable the telnet control (enabled by default).

       --override-iconv-err (-o)
              If iconv fails parsing name, still add to media contents (hoping
              the renderer can handle it).

       --verbose (-v)
              Set verbose display.

       --xbox (-x)
              Use XboX 360 compliant profile.

       --dlna (-d)
              Use DLNA compliant profile (required for PlayStation3).

       --daemon (-D)
              Run as a daemon.

       --version (-V)
              Display uShare version number.

       --help (-h)
              Display help message.

REMOTE CONTROL

       You can also perform remote control of uShare UPnP Media Server through
       its web interface. This let you define new content locations at runtime
       or update the currently shared one in case the filesystem has  changed.
       To disable this feature, use the --no-web option (see bellow).

       Just go to :

       http://ip_address:port/web/ushare.html

FILE TYPES

       The following file formats (extensions) are supported :

       Video  asf, avi, dv, divx, wmv, mjpg, mjpeg, mpeg, mpg, mpe, mp2p, vob,
              mp2t, m1v, m2v, m4v, m4p, mp4ps, ts, ogm, mkv, rmvb, mov, qt

       Audio  aac, ac3, aif, aiff, at3p, au, snd, dts,  rmi,  mp1,  mp2,  mp3,
              mp4, mpa, ogg, wav, pcm, lpcm, l16, wma, mka, ra, rm, ram

       Images bmp,  ico,  gif,  jpeg,  jpg, jpe, pcd, png, pnm, ppm, qti, qtf,
              qtif, tif, tiff

       Playlist
              pls, m3u, asx

       Subtitles
              dks, idx, mpl, pjs, psb, scr, srt, ssa, stl, sub, tts, vsf, zeg

       Miscellaneous files
              bup, ifo

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <ushare@geexbox.org>.

AUTHOR

       uShare was written by Benjamin Zores <ben@geexbox.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2005-2007 Benjamin Zores

       This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO  warranty;  not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.

                                 July 05, 2007                       USHARE(1)